Unfortunately, Summer In The City is now over. We’ve spent three solid days with all our Internet friends, but now it’s try to time and dissolve back into everyday life… boo. But if you’re struggling with those post-SitC blues, then we’ve got just the article for you – with our round up of all the most unforgettable moments from the best YouTuber convention in the world.
Obviously, there were about 100 million things we never ever want to forget about; but for now, these nine things will have to do. If you have any amazing moments that you want to share with us, then make sure you send your snaps over on Facebook or Twitter and we can get emosh with you as well. See y’all next year!
That moment when all the creators jumped on stage to dad-dance with Dodie Clark.
This incredible meet and greet photo courtesy of @lifeonmarsbar in which the true Hazel, Sammy, Daniel and Hannah can be seen.
An incredibly pure and honest moment happened right at the end of #SitC2016 when the audience chanted “THANK YOU TOM” to honour the event founder, Tom Burns.
Did you miss out on Emma Blackery’s stunning main stage performance? Don’t worry, because the moment the entire crowd took over singing was caught right here on camera.
For the second year in a row, Evan Edinger won the Smash Bro’s Tournament and to collect his official trophy… he came out in a Yoshi hat. Naturally.
We all had a right giggle when we spotted and Facebook Live’d with Jedward, but these lucky fans actually got them dabbing. Also, +10 Internets for “DABWARD”.
Throughout the weekend, YouTubers could be found at their merch table. But if you went along to find TomSka, you’d be greeted instead with this hauntingly realistic parrot man.
Even more goodness happened at Emma Blackery’s performance when two beautiful fans actually got engaged! Congrats everybody on this completely unforgettable moment!
And finally, who could forget that unforgiving Minion watching over the meet and greet hall. Well, it had to come down one day and this Twitter user was able to capture its demise. Good riddance.